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How to Come up With a Business Idea - TRANSCRIPT
Any idea... I mean if it's a business idea or a creative idea or something about perhaps it has to do with art, usually how I get started I first try to figure out if there's an audience for this idea.
I'm always looking for something that's unique, I'm always looking for something different and I'm always looking to find a way that no one else has seen before.
In my business life and how I write my books I'm trying to find something in a different path a road less travelled so to speak, but getting in front of an audience that's large enough to want to consume it.
So there are some basics so you know people might call it a business model if the business model itself has viability of succeeding so you know that's basically trying to come up with ....and one idea is not enough you know in life you need many ideas because, you can have a hundred ideas, but only maybe one’s going to work.
So there's no such thing to me as the big idea, because many times you might stumble into something by accident and find out oh wow that's a great idea but it was purely accidental so I believe in having many ideas trying things over and over again.
Not to worry about failure, failure is just one more step to success and just keep trying and keep trying and keep trying because you know you keep throwing stuff against that wall a lot of things don't stick but when something does you better make it be aware of it and take advantage of it.
I think that you know there's not one great idea there are thousands of small ideas and one of them will turn into a great idea.
Yeah and it's also important as you said to have an audience there it's like if you have like the best idea, but nobody's buying, it is just an idea.